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Assemblage (fr. assemblage - the gathering, collecting, collection) - the
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Asemblage

  1. 1. Assemblage (fr. assemblage - the gathering, collecting, collection) - the art - the composition of the finished item, three-dimensional variety of collage. Work consisting of various items of everyday use, useless fragments of natural forms, all possible facilities. The work arises from objects that are created by the author asamblażu, but only used by him, and sometimes a specially crafted or adapted (eg, painted, cut off from the whole, combined with something else, destroyed). Assemblage can be used as a single object produced by a combination of other or may be a type of collection, a collection of objects. This can be described as a kind of spatial collage open to all the material and summaries of their ideas and connections. Individual fragments asamblażu may be stuck together, bound, placed in such a common container, loosely laid, hung next to each other, etc. Thanks asamblażom fragments are created with new meanings, new relationships between the meanings, which carry a constituent part. The term assemblage was introduced in the early fifties of the twentieth century, Jean Dubuffet, who created a series of collage with butterfly wings and gave a cycle of assemblages d'empreintes. It should be noted, however, that the use of "nieartystycznych" had already experimented plastic great cubism: Marcel Duchamp and Pablo Picasso, and dadaists (eg collages by Kurt Schwitters and Max Ernst). Jean Dubuffet can therefore be considered only as the creator of the name of this technique. „VORACIOUS CONSUMER CIVILIZATION"

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